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News/Business. Diane Sawyer. (2012) New. (HD) (CC)

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Abc 10, America 6, Advair 4, Caroline Kennedy 4, China 4, Iran 4, U.s. 3, Us 3, Mrs. Obama 3, Barbara Walters 3, United Nations 3, Israel 2, Romney 2, Obama 2, John F. Kennedy 2, Morse 2, New York 2, Mississippi 2, Chantix 2, Nick Watt 2,
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  ABC    ABC World News With Diane Sawyer    News/Business. Diane  
   Sawyer.  (2012) New. (HD) (CC)  

    September 24, 2012
    6:30 - 7:00pm EDT  

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. tonight on "world news." war and peace. the president and governor romney face off about how to stop a nuclear iran. anthis just in, barbara walters on what president and mrs. obama just said to her about life after the white house. a new hope for breast cancer. is this mysterious clue the answer for tens of thousands of women? the kennedy tapes. tonight, hidden tape recordings of a fully human president, angry, probing, a little girl under his desk now all grown up telling you the biggest thing she learned about her father. and abc news exclusive. and family reunion, everyone who thought they were stealing the
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show at the emmys last night. are under from our tiny gladiator family today. she shows you what she's really like. good evening. as we come on the air, president obama and republican presidential candidate mitt romney are in a duel over war and peace. 43 days before "your voice, your vote" the question is this, how does the united states stop iran from getting a nuclear weapon and taunting both of the candidates from the sidelines, the president of iran, mahmoud ahmadinejad is in new york, he's at the united nation. also abc's barbara walters will be here because she spoke with the president and mrs. obama but first, abc white house correspondent jake tapper at the united nations with what
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happened there. jake. >> reporter: good evening, diane. today's political back and forth represents the highest of stakes with president obama coming to the united nations meeting with leaders for the annual meeting of the general assembly. as president obama arrived in new york city today, mitt romney is focused on comments the president made to "60 minutes" about whether the recent events in the islam world gave the president pause about the arab spring movement. the president said no. >> i'm sure there will be bumps in the road. >> reporter: in pueblo, colorado the the republican nominee down played the president. >> he said the phelps in the middle east were bumps in the road. yeah, that was my reaction. bumps in the road. we had an ambassador assassinated. >> reporter: the president was referring to changes in the
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region. >> there's a certain attempt to grasp words and phrases to find political advantage and in this case that's profoundly the case. >> reporter: this comes before an intentionally serious international back drop not just unrest in the muslim world but iran's chemical threat to its ally, israel. ahmadinejad signed a peace sign but they said if the jewish state poised to attack? the unthinkable dilemma who if iran attacked or threatened israel or israel preemptively attacked iran. romney is using the many challenges in the region to paint the president as weak. >> look at are entire context. assassination, 20,000 people killed in syria. these are far from bumps in the
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road. >> reporter: the president responded with a challenge of his own. >> if he suggests we should start another war. we should say so. >> reporter: foreman they'll address the u.n. assembly. the president will reiterate his firm commitment to make sure iran does not obtain a nuclear weapon. diane. as you know the president is in new york for the united nations he and mrs. obama sat down with the women of "the view." their first time there. and barbara walters is there with an exclusionive preview of 43 days before the vote. how does he seem? >> he's very different when he's with her. she's very relaxed. very afaxate. he says he's funny. she said she's funnier. then we talked about more serious issue, which of course is the economy. >> governor romney was asked, does he think it's fair that he
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pays a lower tax rate than somebody who is making $50,000 a year. he said yes, i think it's fair and i also think that's the way you get economic growth. i just got a different vision about how we grow an economy. i think, barbara, you grow an economy from the riddle out not with the top down. >> reporter: with 43 dice go we asked the president and first lady about the future, win or lose, come election day? >> what are you going to do with the rest of your life? >> well, first thing's first here, we do have an election ahead. and i've got -- there are all kinds of things i want to do in the second term. putting folks back to work and making sure our schools are up to snuff, and we have another war to wrap up. i love teaching. i miss teaching. and, you know, i'm not sure i'll necessarily be in the classroom but the idea of being able to go around in various cities and
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helping to create mentorships and apprenticeships. just giving young people the sense of possibility and opportunity. >> she should run for office, but she says she doesn't want to. >> you know -- [ applause ] >> michelle would be terrific, but temperamentally, i just don't think -- >> no, it's absolutely true. it takes a lot of patience to be the president of the united states. and i'm not that patient. >> and, diane, he says that he doesn't like to show emotion all through the day. she says she does. >> right, she has said that often about him and herself. we will all be around the television tomorrow to watch the entire interview with the president and the first lady tomorrow on "the view." thanks so much, barbara. >> thank you. and we move next to the news
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about bank fee, new report showing unprecedented increase in atm speed. how do consumers feel about this new development and how do we know if it's happening to you? we asked matt gutman to find out. >> reporter: nationwide fees are on the rise and hitting you in the atm. >> how much do you pay? >> $3. >> reporter: >> it's insane. >> a new report shows piece at record highs. up 4% since 2011. every time you use an atm not your own, getting charged an average of $2.50. >> what does it feel like everything to access your own money and having to pay to access your own money? does that bother you? >> reporter: the most expensive city, denver, then seattle and san francisco. but that's not all. your own bank can hit you with fees if you use another bank's
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atm. for the first time you might spend $4 for a transaction and the free checking account is becoming a dinosaur in 20069 cuss banks offer customered 39% of free checking. and fees up 25% since last year. now averaging $65 a year. >> they're going up at a rapid chase. that's unlikely to change any time in the foreseeable future. >> reporter: the american bank association counters that the average bank account costs them $350 a year. they warned new financial regulations would end up costing consumer morse. and that's what happened. matt gutman, abc news, miami. if you want to compare your banks fees to other big banks across the country, go online. abc news.com will help do you just that. and a shot of aden lynn to the economy from apple. in the three days since the new
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iphone landed in stores more than 5 million have been sold. that's 1 million more than the previous version on its opening weekend. overseas in china, the company that makes these phones is dealing with a mysterious upheaval that began with yell phones as you see them being sent out. thousands of workers in a foxcon factory, smashing windows, rioting. in the past the company has been criticized for pun irk the work schedule, small regimented work conditions. it's unclear if these rioters were rebelling against that pressure or, it, was a personal dispute as the company said. 5,000 police were called in and the factory was shut down. now a big headline about breast cancer. more than 200,000 americans will be diagnosed this year alone. but there's news tonight about a ground-breaking study.
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it is called a road map to possibly curing the disease. abc's chief medical editor dr. richard besser is here to break it down. it's ground breaking. a different kind of breast cancer? >> what this does, it adds to our understanding, when it comes to cancer, doesn't mat whaer part of the body it's in. the lung, your breast, colon. what are the defects that cause them to grow out of control. in this study we looked at hundreds of breast cancer tumors. there were a variety of defects that caused them to be cancer and each is a different disease that take ace different form of treatment. >> different treatment. what will begin soon? >> one of the different surprising findings for one of the hardest types of breast cancer, triple negative disease. it's about 10% of breast cancer. they found those cells were more closely related to ovarian cancer than breast cancer. some are trying use ovarian
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cancer treatments to tackle that. it opens all kinds of examples for potential treatment. it's very exciting. >> treating it as a ovarian cancer. >>. >> it is located in the breast but it acts like a ovarian cancer. >> you also take questions online. still ahead on "world news," john f. kennedy's secret tape. revealing his private anger. the stories behind the iconic picture, john john playing in the oval office? sister caroline kennedy remembers. flu protection with a 90% smaller needle. a 90% smaller needle. announcing fluzone intradermal vaccine, a 90% smaller needle, wow that's...short. to learn more talk to your health care provider.
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daughter caroline kennedy who sat down with us. you're there in spite of a presidential life. 225 hours of seat correct audiotapes and listening to them all these years later, a little girl all grown up who lost her father when she was almost 6. >> i remember really clearly being under the desk, maybing necklaces and trying to get candy from the grown ups who were around. >> reporter: caroline kennedy said it's wonderful today to hear him laughing when she walks in demanding attention. >> i won't let do you much. >> reporter: that sound is little john, pounding under the desk, no idea he's hitting a microphone. father, relaxed. >> i really liked being in your company while you're listening. that was a really wonderful feeling for me. >> reporter: and what you hear on the tape is a man impossibly
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calm in crisis. intelligence discovered the serve yet placed nuclear missiles inside cuba, aimed at the u.s. >> how far advanced is this? >> sir we've never seen this kiechd installation before. >> not even in the soviet union? >> no, sir. >> which leave he's only one alternative, which is a hell of an alternative. >> vaets a pretty vast statement. >> however calm and steady in the cuban missile crisis, he could unleash irritation on small things. here a defense department official spent a lost money on furniture for pregnant mrs. kennedy, and he's furious. >> i want to know who ordered that and i want him incompetent who took a picture next to mrs. kennedy's bed. i wouldn't have him running a
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cat house. >> reporter: nowhere are they more moving than the secret struggle for civil rights. the great issue tearing the country apart. and james meredith created a crisis by enrolling in the all white university of mississippi. >> he was inspired the my father's address and decided he wanted to enter the university of mississippi. then this whole drama unfolded. >> reporter: this is the president taking on the inve investigati investigation. >> mr. president, how can i remove him when there's a riot in the street. he may step out of that building and asking happen to him. >> mr. president, i took an oath you know to abide to the laws of this state. you know what the laws are. >> the problem is, governor, i have my responsibility just like you have yours. >> reporter: kennedy send the
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u.s. marshals and james meredith game became the first black graduate of old miss. >> following that the riots. threatening his second term. it is his last november. the president sounds exhausted. >> in the news is what disturbing. >> reporter: a little boy climbs into his h lap. hello. naughty naughty. >> why dot leaves fall? where do we go to the cape? to hyannis port? >> it's summer. >> reporter: then 11 days before he's assassinated -- >> tuesday, november 12th. >> reporter: the last words on the last tape are about the hard battle ahead. >> and so our lot becomes more difficult. >> reporter: our lot become morse difficult. and that's it. last words.
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>> i love that. i think that's really -- i thought it was really moving, and obviously know whag happened. he understood how difficult all of this really was. >> reporter: john kennedy once told his friends, life is a struggle, and to be president is getting to struggle in a tw tremendous sort of arena. >> that's what the presidency is. >> right. but that's great and you're hopefully making things better. that's the most rewarding life you could have. so i think he did that. >> and you can hear a lot more from those tapes and from caroline kennedy tonight on "nightline" and tomorrow on "good morning america." and coming up here, do you remember team usa dominating beach volleyball at the olympics, flying leaps and possibly flat abs? there's a secret we didn't know until now.
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clifford turning 50 today. as the creator of the beloved owner's book dreamt of owning a bright reddog. as for the bright red fur? it was an accident. it their was just a jar of bright red paint lying around. speak of little ones. this one might be a surprise. 4-month-old sebastian crying until the scene from "star wars." listen. his parents have tried other songs, they say, but only the "star wars" theme ever works. his mom said she did watch the movie a lot when she was pregnant. whatever the explanation, the force is with the sleep-deprived parents and parents sleep deprived everywhere. tonight jimmy kimmel,
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"modern family" today abc's nick watt walked right into the little lion's den. >> all of the grownups -- glitz and glamour and a 5-year-old stole the show. >> shouldn't you get to make up? >> honey, i just came from make up. >> really? yikes! >> reporter: did you have fun last night? >> yes. >> reporter: why? >> because we stayed up all night! >> reporter: walking to the stage to collect best comedy with the kid who plays manny, her step uncle? a modern american family. aubrey anderson-emmons plays feisty lily, adopted daughter of two gay dads. >> as a bride all of the eyes will be on her. >> oh [ bleep ] who's your favorite person on the show? >> sofia. >> you look so pretty today. >> can someone tell me what the heck she's saying?
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>> reporter: you're not really mean are you? >> no. >> reporter: but you're a good actor? >> yes. >> ty, they're ready for you. >> thanks honey. hey, what's up? she's very good. too good. nick watt, abc. >> i can't even understand this guy. i'll do it. nick watt, abc news, los angeles and we thank you for watching. thank you, nick we're always here at abc news.com and "nightline" later. i'll sue you tomorrow on "world news." tomorrow night. good night. [ male announcer ] this is america's manufacturing
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